To develop and test in distributed environment you might use virtualizing tool like VirtualBox to imitate the environment of where number of servers and complex networks resides. But still, you have to move around through VM windows. In order to access all virtual servers using SSH just like we do in the real world, several … Read More →
wpad is short for Web Proxy Autodiscovery Protocol. It's used to tell your browser what proxy it can use without having to go to each and every pc on your network to do so.
The Perfect Linux Firewall Part I -- IPCop
This document describes how to install the GNU/Linux GPL IPCop firewall and create a small home office network. In the second installment we cover creating a DMZ for hosting your own web server or mail server and the Copfilter proxy for filtering web and email traffic.
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Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
is primarily used today as a teaching tool. It conceptually divides computer network architecnto seven layers in a logical progression. The lower layers deal with electrical signals, chunks of binary data, and routing of these data across networks. Higher levels cover network requests and responses, representation of data, and network protocols … Read More →
In order to understand what TCP keepalive (which we will just call keepalive) does, you need do nothing more than read the name: keep TCP alive. This means that you will be able to check your connected socket (also known as TCP sockets), and determine whether the connection is still up and running or … Read More →
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Author: Martin A. Brown
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This guide provides an overview of many of the tools available for IP network administration of the linux operating system, kernels in the 2.2 and 2.4 series. It covers Ethernet, ARP, IP routing, NAT, and other topics central … Read More →
High bandwidth, low latency, and multihoming challenge the sockets API.
One of the most pervasive and longest-lasting interfaces in software is the sockets API. Developed by the Computer Systems Research Group at the University of California at Berkeley, the sockets API was first released as part of the 4.1c BSD operating system in 1982. While … Read More →